MacGamer's Portable Gamer Guide
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MacGamer has posted an article that gives owners of Apple portable computers a guide to making the most out of your mobile gaming experience. The guide gives gamers tips on how to set up your machine, how to preserve battery life, which games travel best, and more.
Here's a snippet from the article by Corey Tamas:
When I was on a flight to Macworld San Francisco in 2001 I was sitting next to a guy with a Sony Vaio. He spent seven hours trying to install software that enabled him to use his external DVD player. As he did that, Ken Charron and I hooked up our respective powerbooks (a G3 Pismo and Powerbook 2400) via crossover ethernet cable and played about twenty rounds of Marathon multiplayer. As the plane was landing my Vaio-using friend (who was actually a really nice guy) was still staring at a blue screen and had not yet watched so much as one DVD. I couldn't help but feel bad for him, as I had pounded the living tar out of Ken and still had time for a nap.If you have a laptop and love to play games on it, be sure to check out the guide at MacGamer.
MacGamer: The Portable Gamer
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